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The answer from sjj698 date from 2011. I'm using R2012a runtime.

When extracting the files from the installer, there's no msi at all. There's a setup.exe and a mcrinstaller.jar, among others.

The goal is to run a mvc.net website that use a .net compiled matlab dll.

Anyone has any luck deploying the 2012 version of the runtime into azure?

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downvoters should explain themselves.... –  Johnny5 Jul 26 '12 at 13:21
    
They count without additional words. This question is either suitable for MatLab support or Microsoft support. –  mailq Jul 28 '12 at 23:01
    
MatLab does not officially support Azure. We already contacted them. As for MS, well, the link cited in the question comes from the msdn blogs. –  Johnny5 Jul 29 '12 at 15:50
    
You're probably getting downvoted because you link off to another site with your question. Will that URL still work tomorrow? Who knows? If it breaks, no one will know what you are talking about, and it'll lessen the usefulness of this question for people who have the same problem in the future. Please restate the entire question here so we don't have to go off to other sites to piece together what you are trying to do. –  Starfish Aug 1 '12 at 15:06
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So are you googling "startup tasks azure"? You've got options like batch files, Web Platform Installer, and PowerShell.

Not sure if this has changed in the last three revisions of the Azure SDK, but some 1.5 year old info here from smarx:

http://blog.smarx.com/posts/windows-azure-startup-tasks-tips-tricks-and-gotchas

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